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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
POSTAL INFORMIATION. ENoLiss MAlns CLOSE AT GENE AL PosT-OFFIYCE. Parcles, 4.30 p.m. the day before steamer leaves. Registered letters, 11.80. a.m. the aday mail leaves. Ordinaryletters, packets and newspapers 4 p.m. day mail-leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Parcles Post.-Limit of weight, 11 lbs. Postage-United Kingdom, 21bsor under, 1s. 6d.; each additional 1 lb or under, Od. India, 1 lb. or iunder, is.; each additional 1 lb., 1s. , 1, Parcles are also forwarded, via London to every colony ind country to which the United Kingdom sends paricols. Rates and particulars can be obtained at any post office. SGENERAL. Postal Rates.-Inland.-Letters.-Every ounce, 2d..; urgent letters, Gd. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.-Every halfounce or under; 2d. jPacckets.-Every 2oz. or under, id. Books and magazines.-Every 4 oz. or under, 2d, Newspapers, id. }Packets to New South Wales and Queensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T..COLQUHOUN, Beed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (LATE A. P. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible Prices. - VMRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - HAS a Large and Varied Collection of STATIONERY, CHILDRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Booke, Slates, Bags, Ac., HABERDASHERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. - Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CHRISTMAS -and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. - TEET . - TEETH From One Guinea a Set! TEETH TEETH MR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH or IITHE TEETH TEETH Parade, ASCOT VALE, TEETH Ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOE THE BULN BULN AND WVARRAGUL MARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken -Loans Arranged. LOCAL REPnESESTATtVE OF MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 13H JULY, 1895. W MTT. HAMIILTON & CO. will sell by 'V public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners-r Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 2Sin JUNE, 1895. T M. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their W next Monthly Sale at their, yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate, when they will offer For Mr. Aikinan, Lardner 10 Ayrshire Heifers, springing Also, 3 Steers, lyrs old 4 First-class Dairy Cows, springing 8 Porkers Horses, Cattle, Sheep,' Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul,...
FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
FOOTBALL. STOBIE CUP COMtPETITION. The following is the draw in connec tion with this competition; all matches to be played on Wednesdays : -JUNE 26 Brandy Creek v. Warragulat 3randy Creek. HalfaHoliday v. Bunyip at Warragul. -JULY 3 vacant JULY 10 Warragul v. Bunyipat Warragul. - Brandy Ck. v. Half-Holiday atBrandy Ck. - -JULY 17- ;r Warragul v. Half-Holiday at Widragol l Bunyip v. Brandy Creek at aunyip:g -JULY 31- , Brandy Creek v. Warragul at Brandy Ceek Half-IHoliday v. Bunyip at Warragul. -Auousr. 7 SHalf-Holiday v. Brandy Creek at Warragul Bunyip v. Warragol at Bunyip.
LETTERS CONDENSED. TO THE EDITOR. WARRAGUL v. HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
LETTERS CONDENSED. TO THE EDITOR. WARRAGUL v. HALF-HOLIDAY. "The play was anything but creditable to a team of 40 men-rough, spiteful, and savage."-FOOTArLLER. "'layers, themselves, or, a great smajority of them, tried to play the game, but in one or two instances the rough and dangerous work put in went far to demoralise the game."-OuT SPOKEEN. "A very good -.match, although the cowardly play of - took something off the excellent work- which he was undoubtedly doing for his club."-MEsMo. " Some really good play was shown by O'Dea, but why this was not reported I am at a lose to- account for. ' -His-play -suruguou5t was a-gentlemamny one, ane should be held up as a precedent to several members of. one of the teams, as to how football should be played." FPAm PLAY. "The game was marred by that Umpire, who. was continually giving marks to the Warragul men, and I think the Half-holiday should appeal. It wasn't fair at all."-MNxsIE. "A really good game-and one of the best I have ever see...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
"TIE WORLD WENT VERY WELL THEN " is the title adopted by Mr. Walter Beasant for one of his novels. Many people besides the famous English writerimagines that our vaunted progress is a mistake, and that the world went better before the days of railways and the electric telegraph. Young people now-a. days are apt to dispise the things whiclh were formerly thought to be good; but, happily, in a few essential things we continue to profit by the experience and advice of our fathers. In sickness we turn.gratefully, as they did, to Holloway's P'ills and Ointment, knowing thalt no new fangled methods can ever take the place of remedies which have stood the test of half-a-century. D ON'T send to Town for your Printing. Support local industry. All descrip tions of Printing done at the "Guardian' Oiffice, in a superior manner and at reasonable prices., Public Notice. J. "W. QUINLAN, Carpenitr, Builder & Under taker, Witton-st., Warragul. -Estimates Prepared & Work Guaranteed E....
THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT The following are the latest quotations: Cheese sold at4d to 41d.; medium 3Id to 4d prime matured, 41d to 5l1. Potted Butter. - Prime fresh at 101d to lid. Fresh Botter. prime dairies from is to is l1d, a' few speeal lines higher; medium to good, from lid.-to is, inferior! lower. . Eggs-selling to 1is 2d. Bacon. - Town sides, 41d to 5d per lb; country d54 to .id per lb. Hams,-Town Gd to 7d.per.lb.; .country from 4d to Gd per lb. Beeswax, lid. Lard.--Bladders, 3d to 4d. Eoney.-Fine elear garden sold at 21d; market good. Carease Pork, 2d to 23d. per-lb;. medium2d. Poltry,-Tor keys, to 8s Gd per pair, geese, 3s to 4s 3d per pair; . fowls is 3d to So 4d pair, accord ing to guality; ducks, 2s 3d to Is per pair.
Alcohol from Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
0 Alcohol from Turf. The operation is performed in the follow ing manner:-The acid is added to the turf in sufficient quantity to obtain, with the water contained in the miterial, a 235 per cent solution of sulpharic acid. The turf and the acid are heated under preo sure for five hours at a temperature of from lldeg. to 120dea. C. The solntion thue obtained is sparated from the insolnble residnum through a filtering press. The solution is then concentrated to a third, and the acid eliminated through milk of lime and crrbonate of lime. The solution thus obtained is cooled to 25deg. C., and made to ferment by means of yeastr. Finally, the alsohol produced is dis tilled in the ordinary manner. On em ploying turf containing 14 per cent. of water, 2326 grammes of the material required 75 cubic centimetres of 20 dog. B. sulphuric acid, and the volume of the mixture was about 1'5 litre. - Three hundred grains of turf have, under these conditions, given 12"5 cubic centimetres" ot absolute a...
POPULAR SCIENCE The Barometer. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
POPULAR SOCIENCE The Barometer. In the 3Teteorologieche Zeitebhrift for December last Professor G. Hellman gives a very interesting amcount of the invention of the barometer, which has nnw been in use 250years. Tonicelli, who died at the early age of thirty-nine years, was too busily engaged in is?thematical studies to publish an account of his discovery, but oa June 1l, 1644, he wrote a description of it to his friend Rioci. This letter, snd Ricci's ob jections to the experiment, were published in 1643 by C. Dati, a friend of T.r ricellt's, and as this work is now exceedingly scarce, Professor Hellman has reprinted the correspondence, in the original Italian, in the above-mentioned journal. Some of the paragraphs, says " Natur,'" are noteworthy, especially those in which Torricellh states that it was not merely a question of producing a vacuum, but of makingan instrument which would indicate the changes of the atmosphere. The first continuous barometrical observations appear to hav...
Siberia. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Siberia. It appears that Siberia, fromn the plain of the Obi River ontho west to the valleyof the Indighirka on the east, embracing the great plains or river valleys of the Yenisei, Olenek, Lena and Yana rivers, is one great timber belt, averaging more than a thousand miles in breadthfrom north to south-being fully seventeen hundred miles wide in the Yenise district-and having a length from east to west of no less than forty-six hundred versts (about three thousand miles). Unlike equa torial forests, the trees of the Szber:an taigas are mainly conifers, comprising pines of several varieties, firs and larches. In the Yenises, Lena and Olenek regions there are thousands of equare miles where nohuman being has ever been. The long-stemmed conifers rise to a height of one hundred and fifty feet or more, and stand so closely together that walking among them is difficult. The dense, lofty tops exclude the pale, arotic sunshine, and the etraight, pale trunks, all looking exactly alike, so b...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat'Cattle.--1520 yaded on Wednesday, comprising 170 from New South Wales, 750 from North-Eastern district, 400 from Gippsland, 100 from Westward, and re mainder from North-Western districts and town paddocks. Quotations :--Prime pens iullocks, from £7 10s to £9; odd, to £10 .15s; good from £0 to £7 ; socon: dot to £5 15s. Cows, odd beasts, to £7 5s; second and lighter, from £3 10s to £4.
SUNDAY READING. A SERMON. A Starting Limitation. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
.SUNDAY READING. A SERMON. A Startling Limitation. BI IyEv. WALTRI RIonErs, h.A. Mat. vi. 12.-" Forgive us our debts, as we I forgive our debtors." Familiar words; words which from their pos tion may be juetly regarded as asking from God as much as can be aked; yet bringig us I to grave and disconcerting pas.s when we tookl into them. Is it so then that God's forgiveness of us is conditioned by and rises ,O IIInmE TnIomo o0un VOaGIVENeSS of others? The proposition is so startling that we want to make sure at the outset that there iens mistake about the words. How does it readin the reviseod version "Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors." No help there. How does it stand in St. Luke, the only other Evangelist recording the Lord's Prayer? "Forgive us our sins; for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us." No relief there. What of the context? Signi slcantly enough this is the only part of the prayer of which the Lord vouchsafes explana tion ; and the exp...
A COMMISSION CLAIM. AT THE WARRAGUL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
A COMMISSION CLAIM. AT THE WARRAGUL COURT. At the Warragul Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. Cresswell, P;M., and Mr. D. Connor, J.P.. Wmn. Hamil ton and Co. sought to recover from Charles Harkness the sum of £5, commission for leasing defendant's farm at Drouin to a tenant named Henry George Matthews. "Mr. Farlow appeared for com- plainants and Mr. Gray defended, Henry Hansen, the local represen tative of the complainants,, said Harkness's place was in the firm's hands for the purpose of obtaining a lessee. After it had been on their books some time defendant asked why it had not been let, and said if the price was too high possibly less would be taken. In consequence of a letter received from the head office, brought to witness by the present lessee, witness drove Mr. Matthews to the farm. They satw the defendant, and o'n Matthews suggesting' that some little improvements should be effected, Harkness said he would have them done. Matthews said he liked the farm very well, but he...
Reproving the Pondos. WITH A "LITTLE MAXIM." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Reproving the Pondos. WITH A "LITTLE MUXrL. The Chief Magistrate ot Pondo?e~y Stanford,hbas had occasion to sad e, formal and public reproof to the pait B Jama and Totwana, come of whose to: recently sounded the war-cry and u-e threatening demeanour toward, y, Sprigg. The Pondos must hvare ?e well convinced that Mr Stanford?mutn ness, for he had with him a gourd of n men of the Cape Mounted Rifle, r,? little Maxim gun," and this is lc? Magistrate addressed the hiefs tiuo assembled : "You must know that peop!e ?asr war with Government would kse possess. This was told you, and if y?' you will keep your land and cattle, htt fight you will lose all. Do you woonol all? .... I am only blking n! to-day as no actual persona! itjei done to Major Sprigg or his men. lik had been I would have shot you snta?k? for the Government. Isee yolos nim your cattle away,but yourkrasstn;ch are here. You will not escape. I nuen Jams, to tellyonr people to divide,toi can ascertain who are guilty and ode inn...
SEA VIEW AMENITIES. TWO CHARGES OF ASSAULT. SEQUEL TO PREVIOUS PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
SEA VIEW AMENITIES. - 4 - TWO CHARGES. OF ASSAULT. -- ---- SEQUEL TO PREVIOUS PRO CEEDINGS. At the Warragul Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. C. A. C. Cress well, P.M., and Mr. D. Connor, J.P., Allan S. Graham was charged with assaulting Margaret.Faulkner, wife of John Faulkner, on the 5th of June. Both parties are in :the occupaticn of selections at Sea View, and are well known throughout that district. Mr. Farlow appeared for complainant and Mr. Gray defended. Mr. Farlow having briefly recited the circumstances, which were identical with those described in our report of the proceedings at the last court, Margaret Faulkner was called, and said she had known Graham for the last 15 years. On the 5th Juae last he came to her place with a man named Jbhnson, and asked her what Johnson said about him three years ago, and she said, "Johnson said you were jealous of him." He said, "Thank you," and complainant thought he would then leave, but he stayed on for a while and when he did event...
FIXTURES: [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
FIXTURES: The following are the fixtures for the Metropolitan seniors for Saturday next : Essendon v. South Melbourne-S.M.C.G. Fitzroy v. North Melbourne-N.M.C.G. Collingwood v. Footscray-F.C.G. Geelong v. Williamstown--W.C.G. Melbourne v. Carlton-M.C.G. Port Melb. v. St. Eilda-St. ,CO.G. Richmond-Vanant.
WARRAGUL v. BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
WABJAGUL v;.:jBANDY CREEK. This match eventuated hi Warragal proving the victors, by 2 goals 18 be hinds to nil, Munro and Duggan kick ing the goals. Football in and near Drouin seems to be under a cloud this year, but this does not apyly to Warragul, where two local clubs are established, and the town is split up into opposing factions. The rival merits of the two teams are the only matters for debate among the intelligent citizens of our neighboring town, and next year the probable result will be that the champion goal-kicker will be elected president of the shire. Forward Warragul!- -*I' npendent."
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
wiru WHICHs 5 fCOPOR5TED 8Jirh vrWarrau1 oJetus. FIIIDAY, JUNE 28??u, 1895. When the committee of the Victoria Racing Club come up for re election in August an attempt is to be made to elicit from all candidates some definite expression of opinion regarding the desirability or' otherwise of introducing the totalisator on our racecourses. The matter at present is in an uncertain condition. There is a large and steadily increasing body of racing men in favor of the machine, & the-e is quite as large, if not larger body.opposed to itsintroduetidi. The one side declares that the totalisator is a fairer means of investment than the large majority of the ring; the un desirable members of which it would lop off without doing injury to the main'trunk. The other side as stoutly avers that its introduction would mean the closing up of our large breeding establishments, with the con :sequent ,heavy loss of the - growing Indian trade and the utter demoralisa tion of racing. These are, o...
Track-Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Track-Cutting. We have been requested to publish the following letter : Department of Mines, 10th June, 1895. Smt,--With reference to the letter pre sented by you from Messrs. E. S. Hill and W. M. Jones of Fumnina, via Neerim North, I have'the honor to state that a track has been scheduled for consideration when funds shall be available, the route of which is as follows :-From track No. 148 up Stony Creek and continued on to the Tanjil to IMatlock track. It is con sidered that this track will meet the requirements of the two applied for by Messrs. Hill and Jones.-I have the honor to be, etc., J. TnAvY. Pro. Secretary for Mines. A. Harris, Esq., Parliament House.